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hello friends welcome to the second part of the complete series on photoemission spectroscopy in the previous video we have seen the basic principles and instrumentation of xps if you have missed that video you can find the link for the first video in description box now lets talk about the spectra obtained from the xps instrument we have seen that the instrument gives a plot of kinetic energy versus the number of electrons counted so number of electrons counted is plotted in y-axis and kinetic energy is plotted in x-axis so now you can see that it starts from the lower kinetic energy in the left and goes to higher kinetic energy in right as normally a graph is plotted but in most of the modern instruments kinetic energy is converted to binding energy with the formula h nu is equals to binding energy plus kinetic energy plus phi therefore the lower kinetic energy becomes higher binding energy and higher kinetic energy becomes lower binding energy this means now x-axis starts from hig